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Earth's inner core is
a) a dense ball of solid metal b) a layer of moten metal c) a layer of hot rock d) a layer of rock that forms Earth's outer skin
What technology did scientists use in the mid-1900s to map the mid ocean ridge?
a) satellites b) deep sea diving c) submarines d) sonar
Most geologists think that the movement of Earth's plates is caused by
a) conduction b) earthquakes c) convection currents in the mantle d) Earth's magnetic field
Two conditions are required for cloud formation: cooling of the air and
a) the absorption of infrared energy b) the unequal heating of Earth's surface c) the presence of particles in the air d) the influence of the Coriolis effect
The prevailing westerlies, the major wind bels over the continental US, generally push air masses from
a) east to west b) west to east c) north to south d) south to north
Thunderstorms form within
a) high altocumulus clouds b) high cirrocumulus clouds c) large cumulonimbus clouds d) low cirrus clouds
Hurricanes typically form over
a) cold ocean water b) tropical rain forests c) warm ocean water d) very dry land masses
Ice wedging causes mechanical weathering of rock by means of
a) heating and cooling b) plant growth c) animal actions d) freezing and thawing of water
A hot and wet climate causes weathering to take place
a) slowly b) at the same rate as when the climate is dry and cool c) unevenly d) rapidly
Soil formation begins with the weathering of
a) litter b) bedrock c) the A horizon d) humus
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